CARROT SEED ESSENTIAL OIL

Carrot oil is best for anti-aging.

Scientfic name:  Daucus corota

Family:  Annonaceae, custard apple 

Origin:  Madagascar

Form:  steam distilled essential oil

Parts:  seeds


BEST FOR BLEMISHED AND MATURE SKIN

FEATURES

  • antioxidant
  • emollient
  • radiance booster
  • toner

BENEFITS

  • protecting
  • moisturizing
  • revitalizing
  • firming

GREAT FOR

  • dermatitis
  • eczema
  • psoriasis
  • rashes
  • anti-aging
  • wrinkles

FUNCTION

  • preservative

 

NUTRIENTS

  • vitamin A
  • vitamin C
  • vitamin B1
  • vitamin B2

Carrot Seed CO2: One of the best cell regenerators, especially for mature skin. Has significant antioxidant activity and is thought to promote tone and elasticity to the skin cell tissue through its ability stimulate the formation of red blood cells

Carrot Seed oil: One of nature’s best cellular regenerators, especially for mature skin. Its high carotol content revitalizes hypodermis and improves the complexion. It is recommended for dull, tired or lifeless skin particularly from environmental stress. Has significant antioxidant activity and is thought to promote tone and elasticity to the skin cell tissue through its ability stimulate the formation of red blood cells. Its cooling effect make it ideal for soothing sensitive or inflamed cell tissue, and its moisturizing and toning properties can smooth and soften facial lines and wrinkles.

Daucus carota, the sativa seed oil of the flowering plant, is classified as an emollient and skin conditioning agent. Steam distillation is used to collect the oil from the seeds and the root of the carrot. The chemical composition of the oil contains vitamins A and D, carotenes and flavonoids. Beta-carotene is considered an antioxidant which means it protects against free radicals. It has been suggested that carrot oil can detoxify your skin of the impurities that result in acne and protect against the signs of aging.

Note Classification: Middle

Aroma: Dry, slightly sweet, earthy

Largest Producing Countries: India, France, and Hungary

Traditional Use: The roots have an affinity with the liver and gallbladder, and the seeds with the kidneys and digestive system.

Properties: Anthelminthic, antiseptic, carminative, depurative, diuretic, emmenagogue, hepatic, stimulant, tonic

Blends Well With: Cedarwood, cinnamon, citrus oils, geranium, spice oils